The Maastricht Treaty at Twenty: A Greco-European Tragedy?

  title={The Maastricht Treaty at Twenty: A Greco-European Tragedy?},
  author={James A. Caporaso and M. Kim},
  journal={Journal of European Integration},
  pages={769 - 789}
Abstract Since 2010, the financial crisis has raged across Europe, taking down governments of several members of the euro-zone in the process. Despite strong pressure for reform, and many meetings of heads of state, the problems are far from over. The crisis has been widely represented as a sovereign debt fiasco and a failure of fiscal policy by five peripheral member states (Greece, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Ireland). However, the real causes of the predicament of the euro-zone are more… Expand
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